Words matter. These are the best Joe Wicks Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Finger foods can help little ones to explore food at their own pace. They are also great for helping them to develop hand-eye coordination and encouraging them to try out a variety of textures.
Role modelling for your kids is so essential.
I do love my dad, we have a great relationship now but there were years when he was absent and it was my mum that raised me.
Well, I started my career as a personal trainer. So I did one-to-one, you know, outdoors, at people’s houses and then obviously boot camps and stuff, which I love.
I’m not a military-style guy. I’m very, like, relatable.
My office is my house.
The goal is to get people off low-calorie diets. They’re struggling, they’re barely eating anything. They need educating.
When I’ve stopped doing workouts and YouTube videos, I want this content that I’ve created to be used in schools all around the world. This is what I want to be remembered for.
I really believe you need to have some challenges in life, because you come out of it, and are better for it.
The antidote to addiction is connection and love.
I’m the man I am today because of what my dad’s been through, what my mum’s been through and I always had love and that’s the most powerful thing you can have in life.
I used to think I wanted to be a PE teacher and I worked as a school teaching assistant for a year, but it wasn’t for me.
My top tips for deep sleep are to switch off your laptop and mobile at least 30 minutes before bed and leave them in another room. Ditch the bedroom TV; listen to music instead. Get a comfortable eye mask. It takes getting used to, but trust me, it will allow you to sleep deeper and longer.
Unconditional love is so important for people with addiction.
I Snapchat in the bath. I Snapchat when I wake up. I’m giving people inspiration. It’s like a TV show.
There’s no wrong or right with fitness. It’s whatever you enjoy and whatever you can keep up and keep doing.
You don’t need a gym or lots of equipment to get fit and healthy.
If I have a fizzy drink and an ice cream, I get a sore tummy and a headache.
My mum loved housework, she basically had OCD.
I don’t want people to compare themselves to me and feel bad. I want to be inspiring, not to depress them.
Eat carbs such as sweet potato or jasmine rice within one hour of your workout. Cut down on them on rest days when you don’t need the extra fuel.
I won’t do ready meals because I’m teaching people how to cook. I won’t do it no matter how much you pay me, you can say you’ll give me £100,000 to do it, but my brand is more important than that.
You can have an awesome physique by doing just 25 minutes exercise a day. That’s all I do.
I do want a big family.
If you struggle with sleep, you’ll struggle with exercise and diet.
I’m just trying to use my happiness and motivation to rub off on other people around me.
The diet industry pushes these low calorie, calorie-counting diets, and that’s what I want to release people from.
I’m a big fan of HIIT training and you can do it anywhere; at home, in the garden or even in the park.
Cooking at home with fresh ingredients means you know what’s going into your food.
Never eat food that drains you of energy; eat food that makes you feel awesome.
I want to be the person who completely transformed the health of the nation.
I’m not someone who… counts calories or tracks macros; I’ve never known how many grams of this and that and how many calories I eat.
Oh, I love a good burger, I really do. With chips and a beer and ice cream afterwards.
Your baby is your baby and you are free to feed them however you like. Try not to compare your child to others. This is your journey and you can take it at your own pace. Whichever style of weaning you decide to go for is your choice, and remember: all children eventually do learn to eat with a knife and fork.
I love my mum for raising us, and I love my dad for teaching me what to avoid.
I’m always giving out such a positive message that I never really get attacked. There’s not much you can attack me for.
Don’t look too far into the future, just look at tomorrow. One day at a time. Can you win tomorrow? Can you make progress? The answer is yes, you have a choice and tomorrow you’re going to win.
I never really had an overweight body.
I wasn’t born ambitious, but I am ambitious now.
I grew up on a council estate, but I still had a roof over my head, we still had food, I went on school trips. I wasn’t completely deprived.
I try to be as genuine and authentic as possible.
You can be fit and healthy and still have fun.
I want mums and dads to get up together and train with the kids, exercise, have fun together and connect through fitness.
I think I’ve opened up my mind to all foods, except tinned tuna. I can’t stand that. I will not go near it; the smell is unbearable.
I eat three home-cooked meals a day, all prepared in advance. My ethos is to stay away from unsustainable low-calorie diets and aim for something balanced: loads of veg, protein and enjoy the carbs you love. Be realistic. I don’t count sugar or salt or grams of fat: it’s very restrictive and unenjoyable.
I’m putting out the story of my life, all day, every day. You follow it, you think you know me. People love it. It looks like I’m having the time of my life.
I just have the ability to make a four-year-old kid and a 50-year-old man feel good at the same time. I don’t talk down or up. I’m just myself.
People underestimate the impact of lack of sleep; not only will the intensity of your workouts suffer, but you are likely to crave sugary foods the next day.
I don’t know Russell Brand but I like him a lot. I think he’s a good guy.
My aim is always just to get one person a day to exercise and cook healthy food.
A lot of people would question, ‘is twenty-five minutes or thirty minutes a day really enough to have a good physique?’ But that’s how I live my life: I do short and intense workouts so that I can enjoy my day and be with my family and not be in the gym for hours.
I’m not the best trainer in the world. I’m not the most technical or scientific. But I consistently put videos out there, whether it’s for your grandma or a young toddler. And I’m relentless.
Plan your workouts in advance and try and stick to them like appointments you can’t miss.
I had quite a chaotic home life, it wasn’t stable, my diet wasn’t great. I was never an overweight child, but I had behavioural issues. I think that was linked to my upbringing and not having a great start with my nutrition.
As a kid I had a very unhealthy diet. I try not to place any blame. Mum was uneducated in cooking. She left school and home at 15, had my older brother when she was 17 and me at 19. It was usually frozen meals and lots of cola, peanut butter, jam sandwiches, sweets and loads of chocolates.
Having a perfect set of abs will not bring you happiness, but eating healthy food and exercising will.
Think of your body like a car: a glass of water first thing in the morning is like starting your engine.
I’m not one to dwell on the past and have resentments.
Lots of kids don’t have active lives and good diets.
A golden rule? Do not come food shopping when you’re starving hungry and craving stuff. You’ll fill your basket with all the naughty things you probably wouldn’t eat.
The minute you have a little bit of success, you think: ‘I can do more and I can reach more people.’ So as I’ve achieved more, I’ve become way more focused.
I don’t do politics.
I’ve never thought much about energy, or a higher power, or the driving force behind someone’s purpose.
I like going to the cinema or theatre, followed by a meal and cocktails. I’m typically home by midnight; I used to be a raver but not now, unless I’m on the boys’ trips to Vegas, Dubai or Miami.
I think kids learn from what they see.
My mum is a social worker and my dad’s a roofer. My brother Nicky and I were the first two in my family to go to university.
I live my life online: I don’t have many secrets.
People say I’m like a cross between Jamie Oliver, Russell Brand and Mr Motivator.
The most offensive thing is when people say, ‘Everything you do is for the money.’
I’m not motivated to be famous. I’m motivated to be successful. To reach people, I’ve got to get on TV, I’ve got to get in with the government, I’ve got to get on TV abroad.